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Bridgestone Dueler A/T 001 245/65 R17 111T summer Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
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Description of Bridgestone Dueler A/T 001 245/65 R17 111T summer

The Bridgestone ALENZA 001 premium high-performance summer tire lets you experience the benefits of driving an SUV. Tire ALENZA 001 is a first-class level of comfort even at high speeds.Bridgestone Alenza 001 is a summer tire for premium city SUVs, combining exemplary road manners and sporty focus. Model of 2017, which became the "first sign" of the new global sub-brand of the Japanese manufacturer. It is characterized by excellent dynamics on a dry road surface, reliable handling on a wet road, ease of rolling, and a long service life. For example, the Alenza 001 rubber compound helps to reduce...


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Has some pros: I was driving along Yaroslavka, especially along the track from heavy trucks. There is no deviation from straightness, at least let go of the steering wheel. I didn’t hear much noise, although I specially opened the hatch and side glass. The handling is wonderful. I specially went to the primer - wet clay with grass. At eighty km / h, but with all-wheel drive, it's just a song. You can send a car into a skid, but you need to try. I was driving along a track from a cargo operator,

A great option for frame heavy SUVs. Under their weight, it will be able to work normally, for others, it seems to me, it will be oak - it will not show elasticity. For a ratio of 80% asphalt, 20% off-road, no more. For me, it stands between the H / T and A / T classes (some H / T plus)

  • Very strong tire. Was worn for 5 seasons with more than 7 mm of tread remaining. The sidewalls are super strong, like concrete. In an emergency on dry pavement, they literally pulled me out of a possible accident. For asphalt keeps very well, does not scour. 265/60/18. Pressure 2.3-2.4 was optimal. Not a single cut, puncture, hernia, not a single pit could affect these mastodons. One mild winter and travel on it. Carefully went into the snow 2-3 times - you can ride if you stay alert.
  • A lot of weight, it’s impossible not to notice, the consumption has increased by a liter for sure.

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Mediocre goods, most likely I will not use.

The effort to develop universal tires was obviously unsuccessful. The road quality ended up being subpar, and there was zero off-road potential. Have been put through roughly 2,000 kilometers. Created in 2022. Car model LR Discovery 3.

  • Keep the course; it's all a question of taste; strike a decent balance.
  • Extremely difficult to navigate, loud, and prone to hydroplaning; completely helpless in the muck.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best thing I've ever used, a great item for everyone!

In general, this rubber inspired an entire journey I dubbed "as if I bought a new car"! I've spent the past two weeks trying to find an excuse to take a road trip, and now that I finally have one, it's been fantastic. My wife has even noticed a change. Two of my friends followed in my footsteps and bought this rubber because of my raving reviews of it.

  • LC 200. The 100 is a peaceful and confident travel companion on the gravel road. when I'm in a slump, I immediately think of 110+ (but is this true of everyone?). you can safely remove up to a hundred gallons of water.
  • I don't get what you're trying to say.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The right product for me, there were no problems.

In the summer, I want to protest, and in the winter, I'll add a review in the Southern Federal District. Everything is top-notch. In general, the best choice in my situation. I SUGGEST

  • I've been riding for three seasons, I live in the south, I don't need a four-wheel drive car, I didn't need anything more, in the off-season I drove through oatmeal in the winter and through mud and sand. Quality (made in Japan). There was more noise in the summer. satisfies aqua plans extremely well and maintains the road visible in the rain.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A high-quality product, the price corresponds to the quality.

The rubber's advantages and disadvantages are all wholly untrue for various sizes. My tires are 225/70 R16. A buddy also has this rubber on their Outlander, however it performs significantly worse in the mud in sizes r18 and larger. My wheels are 2.4 atm inflated, and they ride poorly in wet muck. Everything quickly improves if the wheels bleed at least up to 1.8.

  • Silence. Softness. Nothing aquaplaning. floating of dirt. really robust.
  • You should generally avoid using it in harsh off-road and dirt conditions.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Excellent product, the best quality.

After conducting my own testing in the muck, I can confidently declare that the etched one rides just as well as the Goodrichs and the Coopers. The only difference is that when riding on the Goodrichs on the pavement, there is a type of noise agony involved, and they are heavy. Because of this, the illustrious Goodrich does not serve any purpose in our comic strip.

  • It appears to be an AT rubber in that it demonstrates outstanding behavior on asphalt, in mud, and even in the off-season on snowy roads it performs well.
  • ) encrusted stones

Rubber gives a feeling of reliability, peace of mind - you know that it will pass normally in 99% of the time, it won't let you down when braking even on wet conditions, and it won't skid while cornering. I don't regret the choice. Has some pros: So. First and foremost, excellent control in both wet and dry conditions. Second, I was able to stand up straight and maintain my balance on the disks almost quickly. Thirdly, in terms of universal rubber, the model is calm and kind (I evaluate it in…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best I ever used, recommend it to everybody.

I have been buying bridges for many years and have no complaints about the new Dueler either. All according to the classics - durable rubber from Japanese engineers, excellent weight holding, short braking distance. You can say that the tires are noisy, but reliability is much more important to me, right)

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Not at all what I expected.Terrible!

Put on Nissan Qashqai, size 215/65/16, released in 21g in Thailand. In my opinion it is intended for gravel roads. It is unpleasant to drive around the city and highway after the Bridge Dueler Sport HP at speeds of more than 80 km / h. Has some pros: Very quiet, soft (joints are 5+), brakes well, no aquaplaning, appearance Its cons: The car shakes very strongly in a rut on the pavement when rebuilding, collects small stones very strongly, fuel consumption increased by about 0.8 liters.

What can I say. This model has outstanding handling on any terrain, whether it is gravel, broken asphalt, or dirt roads. It also performs well in puddles. Over the course of this year, I have traveled on the vast majority of all roads (including "off-roads"). Didn't get caught in any mud or snow. In the same vein, the comfort level of the tire does not change depending on whether you are driving on a motorway or a city road. For instance, we have a track that is quite deep, and for the past…

  • Remove any rough spots. The tread pattern on the tire is designed to clean itself automatically.
  • Did not find

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Matches the description completely, very satisfied.

I've been on Michelins and Nokians up until now (the car is 9 years old, after all), but this summer marks the first time I've driven on Bridges. The only factor in my decision was my eagerness to sample a new brand while yet ingesting something well-respected and reliable. The new ones are 20% quieter, which is a welcome change. I could tell because the music I used to blast to drown out the tire noise was now too loud for its own good. It's a minor thing, but it's good for engineers' karma…

  • The tires are quiet, the seats are soft, the steering is responsive, and I don't sense any road noise inside the car.
  • did not disclose.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I am delighted, the product is really worthy.

Before then, I rode standard urban models, but I yearned for a machine that was more forgiving of light off-roading. Due to extensive travel requirements this summer, we constructed a dacha. I was under the impression that A/T would be more fuel inefficient due to their tread, but I did not notice any difference in my own driving. And the guardian itself is a thing of beauty. Very good at getting rid of water, looks great, and cleans itself. Definitely go for the SUV option.

  • Fuel efficiency, off-road capability, and tread design
  • Still looking; will update if I find it.

As is the case with a good number of other guys who have written evaluations, I upgraded from the older model 697 to the newer Dueler. To tell you the truth, I didn't notice much of a change between the two kits because I was already really happy with the first one. The loudness did not bother me, and there was no aquaplaning during that time period. Well, yeah, maybe they became a bit more comfortable on the pavement, but I want to emphasize that everything was OK for me in the past…

  • Superior rubber composition and a well-designed tread pattern
  • None

The only thing that might be against the bridges is that I'm used to softer tires. Other than that, nothing is wrong. Even the price tag, which some people find confusing, is, in my opinion, more than sufficient for such a list of qualities. The tire is definitely high-end, and this is evident in the rubber's quality, endurance (it still looks brand new after a whole season of heavy driving), braking, and how simple it is to drive on. I advise anyone who is unsure to stop. You should…

  • The tread is intriguing; it effectively drains water and does not gather dirt or pebbles.
  • possibly softer

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The quality is at the level, I am satisfied with everything.

Due to the fact that it had only recently been released when I made my purchase, I was unable to locate it in any online stores right away. But then I noticed that Dueler was installed on a number of different SUVs and crossovers in the parking lot, and there were further reviews. I believe that folks won't have any trouble discovering them the next year. The rubber has a moderate degree of suppleness. It rows well in the mud, on the ground, and clay as well. I didn't test it out in the winter,

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I was surprised by the quality for this price.

Happy day! The Suzuki Grand Vitara 3 used these tires. To be completely honest, I didn't plan on forgoing winter tires. For the past four years, this tire has performed admirably. The head must have spikes! Since this rubber doubles as a highway and mild off-road, you can also state that it has a patency rating of 4. The automobile continues to move till it reaches the razdatka. Nevertheless, you must be conscious of your surroundings. M/T for rides and challenging off-road. It makes no…

  • non-noisy, soft, and resistant to wear.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A valuable purchase, some advantages!

You typically anticipate particular drawbacks from tires for universal coverage, including higher fuel consumption (compared to soft city tires), noise on asphalt, and, in general, a less comfortable ride. I was therefore shocked to say the least when, on the recommendation of the gentlemen in the cabin, I switched to the new Dueler. I didn't hear any noise, and my wife's sedan has these tires, and they are properly managed when braking and maneuvering in cities. By the way, the tread is really

  • better results than I had anticipated
  • heavy